Shereena Qazi

Shereena Qazi

Shereena is an online journalist with Al Jazeera English. She covers stories in Afghanistan and Pakistan and reports on war, conflict, militancy, politics and human rights.

Afghanistan

Victims' relatives demand accountability over Kunduz air raids

Family members reject defence ministry claims that no civilians were killed in Kunduz attack targeting Taliban fighters.

Victims' relatives demand accountability over Kunduz air raids

Asia

Afghan air attack 'kills children' at Kunduz religious school

Witnesses describe 'devastating' scene after Afghan military raid hits gathering at a madrasa in the northern province.

Afghan air attack 'kills children' at Kunduz religious school

Asia

'Enough of war': Why Afghans are hunger striking in Lashkar Gah

Dozens of Afghans set up tents demanding an end to the war after a car bomb killed more than 20 in Lashkar Gah.

'Enough of war': Why Afghans are hunger striking in Lashkar Gah

Afghanistan

'Poor, innocent' Afghan farmers killed in raid targeting Taliban

Seven civilians killed in raids by Afghan forces in two villages in Nangarhar, prompting deadly protests.

'Poor, innocent' Afghan farmers killed in raid targeting Taliban

Pakistan

Manzoor Pashteen: The voice of Pashtuns for many in Pakistan

United in grief after a high-profile police killing, followers of a young activist have joined marches across Pakistan.

Manzoor Pashteen: The voice of Pashtuns for many in Pakistan

Taliban

Afghan troops push back Taliban fighters in Farah province

Brief fall of Anar Dara district was a major setback, as the deteriorating security in the province remains a concern.

Afghan troops push back Taliban fighters in Farah province

Taliban

Afghan forces battle Taliban fighters in Farah province

Taliban fighters attack Anar Dara District early on Monday taking over the police headquarters as fighting rages on.

Afghan forces battle Taliban fighters in Farah province

Asia

Taliban: Doha office remains vital for talks

Comments come amid reports in Kabul news media of efforts by Afghan government to shut down armed group's Doha office.

Taliban: Doha office remains vital for talks

Afghanistan

Refugees deported by Europe attacked by Taliban, ISIL

Afghans deported and returned from Europe tell Al Jazeera how they are caught in the crossfire amid rising attacks.

Refugees deported by Europe attacked by Taliban, ISIL

Afghanistan

US 'invested in a failed strategy' in Afghanistan

As US vows to fight the Taliban, experts and former diplomats say the US-led forces caught in a protracted conflict.

US 'invested in a failed strategy' in Afghanistan

Afghanistan

In case I die: Why Afghans keep notes in their pockets

After the Kabul attack, Afghans tell Al Jazeera how they keep written notes with important information on their person.

In case I die: Why Afghans keep notes in their pockets

Asia

War-weary Afghan students flock to Doha for Model UN

Ten Afghan students, some of whom are travelling for the first time, participate in an international debating event.

War-weary Afghan students flock to Doha for Model UN